Bears grades: Aaron Rodgers is inevitable as Packers earn another win at Soldier Field

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CHICAGO (670 The Score) -- If there has been a colder moment this season than Aaron Rodgers sealing another win at Soldier Field by yelling “I still own you!” to the fans, I can’t think of it. As it turns out, Rodgers does still, in fact, own the Bears. This time it just happened to manifest itself in the form of the Packers' 24-14 win Sunday afternoon. The Bears (3-3) are back at .500, and somewhere the McCaskeys are more mad than usual -- or so the legend goes. Let’s hand out some grades.

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Offense: D+
The good news is that Khalil Herbert looks like A Guy. In his first NFL start, Herbert carried 19 times for 97 yards and a touchdown. There were moments during the game when Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields made some flashy plays, and connecting with Allen Robinson on a 20-yard out midway through the first quarter – on third down, no less – was one of his more impressive throws of the day. Fields also showed impressive command of the offense during the 10-play, 80-yard drive that cut the Bears' deficit to 17-14 midway through the fourth quarter.<